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Dec 28, 2012 6:00pm EST
no deal? president obama keeps talking about half a trillion in cuts, over ten years, we're doing that every five months when it comes to the deficit. $100 billion more person month that we spend over what we take in. you have to have bigger cuts on the table to get republicans to come along. >> we're only paying for 40% of what we spend today. it's interesting to see and what the futures are doing right now. very thinly traded at this hour on a friday evening it would be interesting to see and what they signal in terms of where we stand, now that we've heard from the president and some sort of modest optimism from both leader reid and minority leader mitch mcconnell. >> tyler, we want to go back to eamon javers. >> you just said when will we hear now from the president again? nbc news is tweeting that barack obama will appear as a guest on "meet the press" this weekend. when we will hear from the president again will be sunday morning. something to watch out for over the weekend. presumably, we'll get incremental details on what this deal is. as this is negotiated throughout frid
Dec 11, 2012 11:00pm EST
the president that can agree with that? >> we need presidential leadership right now. president obama needs to say yes, we can do these things. we need to do it now for the good of the country. >> are you optimistic that can occur? >> i'm hopeful and i'm going to keep pushing for it every single day. this is about what the american people want and need. >> one last question. you are pro growth and i have seen in action what you have done. are we missing something? is there a failure of imagination and some way to raise revenue involving oil and gas, that would make it so that we wouldn't have to raise taxes and could have more money? >> we have incredible opportunity in energy. you've seen it in north dakota but we can do that throughout the country in many different ways. we have to unleash the energy of this great country and we do it with the things you and i have been talking about. it's the private sector, that is what is going to make the difference for this country. and energy is a big part of it jim. >> i know what you have done and i'm proud of what you have done. your state is emb
Dec 18, 2012 11:00pm EST
president obama was reelected, goldman gapped down. i don't really need this. and that was a significant gap, all right. but the stock recent run has now filled in that gap. and lang considers the rebound to be a very bullish sign. that is an 18% move from where it is. here is my view. what drew me to goldman sachs has nothing to do with the chart. they are so far behind the rest of the stock market. the world's economies are beginning to strengthen and confidence return to the marketplace. despite being the best of the breed, it is quite inexpensive. but not even one times book which is the cash on hand. when it comes to buying back stock, goldman knows what it's doing. here is the bottom line. the charts and fundamentals are in agreement. i'm not a technician but i think it could go back here. take down some shares in the best that investment banking has to offer. >> coming up. please fill out these forms and then the doctor will see you. but as medical records move towards the 21st century, cramer looks at this trend ahead. >>> when the facts change you need to re-evaluate your opinion. t
Dec 3, 2012 6:00pm EST
they are or maybe how stupid they are and to the gop, obama's re-election clearly meant nothing at all. it's almost as if neither side realizes how many people are simply just playing for dinner here, trying to put dinner on the table. now i got to deal with this morass in washington. while i'm optimist thak if congress and the president canceled vacations, remember, no vacation without legislation and stayed to avert the cliff. i'm worried that they're sworn to not compromise. i'm worried that rising above is anathema to democrats and repugnant to the republicans as the phrase, grower, hide your ears, higher taxes. here's the bottom line. a new school which says the cliff jump won't be that bad has now entered the fray. i'm still hoping we don't go over the cliff. but i can't be sang win if we do. i think it means that the stock market will get hammered even as it might bounce back if the austerity is lifted by a dreaded, hated compromise that both sides seem to despise. i have a list of ten stocks that would be the bass-backers. you got to stay tuned for those. but it would be a bounce-back. let'
Dec 10, 2012 6:00pm EST
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Dec 13, 2012 6:00pm EST
nothing to the president. obama was going to demand the tax increases with or without the approval of ceos, many of whom didn't vote for him anyway. business leaders have something really wrong. under a false impression, the impression that president understood their support for tax increases and they would pressure their own republican buddies in congress and accept tax hikes, the ceo figures that they would offer spending cuts and go with the president and the grand bargain would be struck. now the ceos realize that perhaps the president doesn't think he should offer any spending cuts at all, maybe nothing substantive. they are saying, hey, listen, no compromise coming, even if they conceded they had to pay higher taxes, the gop isn't helping either. they don't want to get specific about own spending cuts and see a realistic proposal from the white house and pin the tail on the white house from being too tough on medicare. somebody needs to be the bigger man here, and it's increasingly clear that the business community thinks that somebody may not be the president. that's the information
Dec 7, 2012 6:00pm EST
it." sometimes i feel bad for the speaker, speaker boehner. he's caught between the elected obama and the ufrn elected norquist crossfire. there's not a lot of room to maneuver in that space. tuesday we've got two big investor meetings. first there's dell world. dell world? i like kirby's fourth world. there's dell world. is the risk taken out of this one now? it's down so low. or does it even matter? deleveraged buyout as goldman hinted in its sell-buy research upgrade this week? second, there's a -- how many times can you tell us that monster drinks aren't any worse and may actually be better than a cup of joe from starbucks? let us count the ways that this analyst meeting slash lovefest, they will tell you that there's no better way to preserve your heart than to drink a taste of monster every morning. now, analysts will be plenty hopped up when they come out of this meeting because they'll be recommending this stock in high-speed fashion. next on wednesday we're going to get the results from joy global. here's the company that has the best read on chinese growth of all the com
Dec 12, 2012 6:00pm EST
. stay with cramer. >> next, team obama considering corporate tax cuts. could that be a dealmaker in d.c.? free up the cash. turn the economy loose. larry investigates. the kudlow report next on cnbc. bob, these projections... they're... optimistic. productivity up, costs down, time to market reduced... those are good things. upstairs, they will see fantasy. not fantasy... logistics. ups came in, analyzed our supply chain, inventory systems... ups? ups. not fantasy? who would have thought? i did. we did, bob. we did. got it.
Dec 14, 2012 6:00pm EST
and obama so darn annoying? i don't think he understand, neither man, the consequences of what they're doing right now for the american business publicly with all the wrangling. that's because in many ways the business public is not represented by either the speaker or the president. as opposed to the democratic and republican posturings i hear two steemz of thought. for the gop they worry about the small business person and how much it's being hurt by government tax policies. for democrats it's the folks who work at places that aren't helped enough by government programs and pay more than their fair share of taxes. that's what makes this whole thing so unrealistic. for small businesses revolve around bigger businesses. when you set up a small business unless it's about make k a better mousetrap what you particularly need is traffic and that traffic comes from the growth of big business in the area. you want to create a service or hospitality business you need someone to cater to. you aren't worried about taxes. you're worried about customers. but who in washington is worried about the custo
Dec 17, 2012 11:00pm EST
2% because obama refuses to budge from that position. if the wealthy are going to get hit with a major tax hike, does it really make sense to own the stock of a company that owns motor yachts? not only that, but brunswick also makes billiard tables, fancy fitness machines and bowling equipment. bowling may be more of an every-man activity. i've got my own ball and shoes, yet three quarters of its sales come from its marine segment which includes all of its boats. when tax rates on the wealthy go up in a couple weeks, won't that hurt brunswick's business? you know to an extent, it does matter. but i think it's already getting baked into the stock. i'm really not worried and let me tell you why. first of all, as bad as the fiscal cliff might be, the fact is, it won't nearly be as bad as the great recession. and by the way, that's an interesting compare because brunswick handled the great recession with flying colors. in the marine industry, about 30% of the dealers in the u.s. went under during the recession. isn't that extraordinary? but brunswick's dealer remained flat. th
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